Springtime in Park City, Utah is a time where we locals get creative as to how we entertain ourselves! With the ski resorts getting ready to unload their last lift, and the snow slowly beginning to disappear, the season we fondly call “mud season” is about to be upon us. Sound a little dreary? Well, buck up! Park City never disappoints and always offers a variety of options to keep you busy and enjoying the new season of spring! Need to ski gear for next year? Now is a great time to grab retail deals as stores look to unload this season’s inventory to make way for summer items. Wanting to try one of Main Street’s pricey and fabulous eateries? There is no better time than the shoulder season, as many offer fantastic dining discounts. And, with the weather we have been experiencing, there are actually some great hiking and biking trails already dry enough to enjoy! There is no bad time to visit Park City, Utah!
Ghidotti’s, located in Kimball Junction, is bringing back their famous $5 Thursdays! Enjoy sitting in their spacious lounge area, watching the game, and indulging in $5 appetizers, entrees, cocktails, desserts, beers and more! For those prices, you can be sure to leave with a full belly! If that’s not enough, and you would like to dine in a more formal atmosphere, Ghidotti’s is also offering two-for-one entrees. The $5 Thursdays begin on April 12th, while the two-for-one entrees are going on right now. Visit www.billwhiterestaurantgroup.com to find out further details.
Looking for a solid adrenaline rush? The Park City Film Series presents the Reel Rock Film Tour on April 12th, beginning at 7:30PM. Sender Films and Big UP productions is bringing you some serious white-knuckle, can’t stay in your seat action! Multiple climbing flicks will be shown at the sixth annual Reel Rock Film Tour. They have spent time collecting the most amazing climbing stories from around the world including a nine-year old bouldering prodigy, a crazed high-lining champion, and the craziest ice climbing action you have ever witnessed. It’s all part of this cinematic tour – so grab your carabiners and a power bar – this film fest promises to be quite a cinematic adventure! Scramble on over to www.parkcityfilmseries.com for the details.
Sometimes, we could all use a little shot of youthful energy and imagination. The Kimball Art Center will open the annual Wasatch Back Student Art Show on April 14th, through May 27th. This is one of Kimball’s most popular exhibits each year, and offers art lovers a chance to view local kids’ art in a gallery setting. All of the Park City schools participate, as well as other Summit County schools and the exhibit grows each year. Last year there was over 350 pieces of art on display that were created by over 500 students. The students were given a theme to work with, and interpret as they wish. This year the theme is “Everyday Art”, and the goal of this theme was to have students look at everyday items as art, to see the art all around them. Not a bad piece of advice really, especially when you’re visiting a place as beautiful as Park City, Utah! Check out further details at www.kimballartcenter.org .
About Jim Bizily
I am an outdoor enthusiast, parent of two awesome boys, and Property Manager in beautiful Park City, Utah. After years in engineering and entrepreneurial projects, I decided to move to Park City Utah to start a business managing lodging and vacation rentals.
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